Mary | North Carolina

Mary | North Carolina

When I got my own cancer diagnosis in November of 2017, I knew I wasn’t ready to share it with the world. I was a professional in the workplace and my husband is a syndicated radio personality, which can make it tough to maintain privacy- especially with a bald...
Sharon | South Carolina

Sharon | South Carolina

I’ve loved horses since I was ten years old. Today I am still lucky enough to have them in my life as I care for, train them, and compete. My favorite part is caring for them– I could muck stalls all day! I’ve also been a Type 1 Diabetic since I was 8 years old. I am...
Monika | Maryland

Monika | Maryland

When I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer at the age of thirty, every doctor I met with recommended a mastectomy, surgery, and 16 rounds of chemotherapy, because of my type of cancer, my age, and how aggressive the cancer was. Knowing that not only would...
Heather | North Carolina

Heather | North Carolina

At the time of my cancer diagnosis, my children were 14 and 18 years old. I recall the grave moment when I had to tell my 18-year-old, three weeks before he left for college, that his mom had breast cancer. My mother-in-law had gone through cancer six years prior, and...

Christina | Florida

Three months after my husband was in remission from cancer I found a lump in my breast. I knew immediately what it meant and what I needed to do to stay alive. Once the diagnosis of Stage Three Breast Cancer was given to me, I began searching for ways to save my hair....
Chantele | North Carolina

Chantele | North Carolina

Diagnosed with breast cancer at 35, I’m certain the look on my face was one of shock and disbelief as my Doctor told me I would need chemotherapy in addition to surgery. My nurse navigator quickly followed his statement with “Chemo is not what it used to be, you might...